The dark tale of Jack the Ripper has been portrayed through a number of media over the years; in publications, documentaries, and even tours of the murder sites in the East End!
But, photographer Vincent Palma appears to have had a very different idea of how the story should be told and even included a twist in his storyboard of photographs.
His immense creativity and stunning shots have wowed all who have seen his ‘Ripped Ripper’ portfolio, and for those who haven’t, they are worth a peek.
Though Palma claims that Sherlock Holmes was among his many inspirations, he felt this character wasn’t quite dark enough for what he wanted to achieve through mesmerising shots and clever Photoshop work.
Palma did, however, use the soundtrack from Sherlock Holmes to help his models get into character, and help him capture the action.
The photographs taken not only depict the infamous killings of Jack the Ripper, but a dark twist in which the Ripper himself is slain by a character, who is equally mysterious.
Self-trained Vincent Palma’s incredible shots are sure to have had a few heads turning, not to mention several minds buzzing as to whom the Ripper really was.
If you’ve been inspired to find out more about the Jack the Ripper case from this media, why not join us on one of our walks!
Not only will you discover all the details of the grisly crimes that took place during the aptly-named Autumn of Terror, but you will also be able to come to your own conclusions about who you think this serial killer was.
This is in addition to hearing all about the suspects, and seeing real crime investigation documents from the case; all portrayed using the latest handheld projectors for the full experience.
Book yourself on our Ripper tour today to uncover a sinister past in the East End of London.